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... a drink. We ended up having a nap because it had been a long day of travelling for all of us. After out nap we decided to watch Schindler's list. Aaron had already seen it but hasn't seen it for years. We all got comfy on our sofa with some snacks and vodka and coke whilst watching the movie on my iPad. It wasn't the perfect device to watch it on, but it worked. Towards the end of the film we all start to well up. It was so emotional. I think after the film it really hit home ...
... t really explore the city nearly as much as we did and that she was impressed.
Our last day was spent at Auschwitz/ Birkenau concentration camps. I'll write a separate posting on that. After visiting the camps, we made a game day decision and decided to head to Lviv, Ukraine. The only train was a night train, and it left at 9 pm, giving us plenty of time to get there and back and eat one last delicious vegetarian meal at Glonojad.
... enough out for the next couple of days, but when we got to the door it was just horrible outside. We asked the hostel manager if the pizza place they advertise for takes cards - and they do - so now we're waiting for pizza delivery to the hostel. So for tonight we'll put exploring Krakow on hold. Tomorrow will be a mixed bag. On the one hand, we'll be happy because it should be sunny - on the other hand we'll be depressed because we'll have visited the Auschwitz ...
... Band. First when we walked into the shul, it was all lit up and incredible to see a concert in this incredible building and setting. Once they started they were electrifying!! They were creative, engaging and played some wonderful music. It was also wonderful based on what we had learned during the day to see how a city, a community who had lost so much was now putting this festival with Jews all over the world. This is what our survivors had survived ...
... br> Its not until you see the ruins of the gas chambers when you can begin to comprehend the mass industrial destruction of the Jewish race and how quickly the 'final solution' effectively killed 6 million Jews.
It was an experience which cannot be learned from books, with the somewhat stomach turning feeling which we both felt coming from the smallest things. For Tom, it was how cold it was, the frost was on the ground still into the afternoon and ...